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A craftsman practises a noble trade, shaped by passion and experience.

At KBLB, your contact has at least 5 years' experience in sports and digital.

A craftsman performs his services himself, without intermediaries.

At KBLB, your contact is the person who carries out your service on a daily basis.

A craftsman iscommitted to the end result and the customer's needs.

At KBLB, we commit to KPIs with you.


We value a job well done.


We are digital craftsmen, available and human, who will produce intelligent, tailor-made solutions.


We prefer simple, effective solutions to cumbersome, time-consuming processes. We prefer proximity and transparency to 50-slide Powerpoints. Your time is precious.


Communication doesn't exist on its own, it serves a purpose. For each of our missions, all our actions are designed to meet our customers' objectives.


We're social networking experts in cycling, running, outdoor and mountain sports.

Kévin Bottin


Kévin is a specialist in digital as a communication tool. "I see digital as a shop window: everything has to be beautiful and coherent, and the visitor has to immediately understand what we're talking about. And when you make them want to come in, then you've won."

Prior to KBLB, Kévin spent 5 years at A.S.O., where he trained on the biggest events: his playgrounds were the pages of the Tour de France, Paris-Roubaix, The Mud Day and many of the 70 annual events organized by ASO. He has become an expert in content creation and sports community animation.

Léo Bochet


Léo is a specialist in digital as a sales and marketing tool: "What interests me is digital's unique ability to reach the right people, those interested in our customers' products. This requires method, knowledge and cutting-edge technical expertise, because digital is constantly evolving."

Prior to KBLB, Léo was Business Developer for 6 years at A.S.O.. His main achievements were the creation of The Mud Day series, the international marketing of the "L'Etape" franchise and the overhaul of marketing processes for the Dakar Rally. He became an expert in digital when he realized that it had become the key to the success of any commercial project.

Antonin Uvietta


Antonin sees digital communication as a way of bringing the unique emotions of sport to life, even from behind a screen: "What I like about digital communication is being able to tell a story that can be discovered live. Thanks to the beautiful image and the few words that will sublimate it... we transmit the emotion and take the fan with us".

Antonin's guiding principle is to put his passion at the service of his work. Trained in communications at Sciences Po Grenoble, he cut his teeth in a ministerial office and then at Airbus. In 2017, he joined ASO's digital teams, where he is in charge of Mass Market Events (Marathon de Paris, The Mud Day and L'Etape du Tour,).

Thibaut Trevidic


Thibaut is above all a cycling enthusiast and specialist. The track record of every rider in the professional peloton holds no secrets for him. Following training in communications and marketing at EFAP, he honed his skills as a community manager on the biggest cycling events: Critérium du Dauphiné, Tour de France and Arctic Race of Norway. Thibaut sees digital as an incredible ecosystem for enriching the user experience: "With all the digital media available today, we have all the tools we need to give spectators an unrivalled experience. Photos, videos, texts, visuals... by using all these ingredients to good effect, we create the recipe that will immerse the fan in the heart of the sporting event."

Laura Moissonnier


Titouan André


Whether in the mountains, on a bike or on skis, Titouan is an (ultra) sports enthusiast with solid experience in sports events, product marketing and digital communications, all in a 100% outdoor environment with an international focus: A.S.O, EcoTrail, Salomon, blackcrows.

Romain Perez Canales


Before being a job, communication is a passion for Romain. Having worked in a variety of sectors, including sport, tourism and the institutional sector, he knows how to adapt his digital strategy to his target audience. "Good communication is about conveying a message, an emotion, through attractive content that engages your community." A lover of sports and digital, Romain has succeeded in combining these two pillars to put them at the service of clubs, brands and athletes. "Being constantly on the lookout for the right image, the right angle" perfectly defines his philosophy when it comes to being behind a drone, a camera or a smartphone.

Lola Jobert


A love of the mountains and an expert in social media are two great qualities to be part of the KBLB adventure.

Lola has spent several years in the world of skiing, mainly with Amer Sports, the Freeride World Tour, but above all with the Rossignol Group for the last 4 years as Social Media Manager.

Bob Brunot


It's at the top of the 21 bends of Alpe d'Huez that Bob practises his profession(s). He's a ski instructor in winter, and a photographer/social media manager behind the camera all season long.

The mountains and the world of sport are his fields of expression.


1% for the Planet

Joining the initiative launched by Patagonia (in 1985!), KBLB donates 1% of its annual sales to environmental philanthropy.


By making this commitment, KBLB is listed as a company that welcomes people with disabilities as part of the government's "ANDi" initiative.

We could give you thousands of reasons to choose KBLB, but the best thing is to meet us.